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WASHINGTON, Apr 26 (Lifesitenews.com) – Two studies of U.S. women by a team at Princeton University and the pro-abortion group Alan Guttmacher Institute (AGI) found that on average, a woman has a 10 percent chance of getting pregnant despite using contraception in any given year.  While the AGI uses the information gathered to push for greater access to contraception,  the studies strike at the heart of abortion.  As has been said by many pro-life groups over the years, the contraceptive mentality leads to abortion.

For more on the Contraception-Abortion link see Human Life International.

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